Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Top of the range trucks fuel business expansion at Reynolds

Attenborough-based logistics company Reynolds has invested over £800,000 in 10 new top of the range trucks, increasing its fleet by 50 percent and fuelling sustained growth and expansion within the business.

Reynolds works with some of the big names in logistics, and responding to increased demand from its customers has invested in 10 new T Range Renault Trucks with Lenton Lane based RH Commercial Vehicles (RHCV) to provide transport and delivery services to a wide range of clients and sectors.

With 130 staff and a fleet of 32 trucks, the company has enjoyed rapid expansion in recent years with its logistics division, taking on larger contracts and new clients.

The 30 year old firm provides logistics services to a wide range of local clients, including large blue chip organisations and SMEs in a variety of business sectors.

Reynolds director Rod Harris said: “This latest investment in our fleet has allowed us to grow organically with the increased demand from our customers. RH Rentals and RH Commercial Vehicles always go above and beyond to support Reynolds and working with them has given us increased flexibility to take on extra vehicles at a time when we most needed them, it is a partnership that has allowed us to expand our fleet”.

Paul Pearson, commercial director at RHCV, added: “Reynolds is a fantastic business to work with, they have a real ambition to grow their business and we are as excited as they are to make that happen. We listen to our customers and work with them to find their best possible solution”.

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